Hollywood Mother of the Year by Sheila MacRae
Sheila MacRae's Own Story

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The television star and wife of Gordon MacRae reveals how she overcame her tragically destructive marriage to, among other things, win a spot on the Honeymooner's and launch her own talk show.

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H. Paul Jeffers has published over fifty works of fiction and nonfiction, including, most recently, Disaster by the Bay. A broadcast journalist for more than three decades, his other books include The Good Cigar and High Spirits; three volumes on Theodore Rooseve
Published January 1, 1992 by Carol Publishing Group. 271 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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In this disjointed and poorly written book, coauthored with freelancer Jeffers, MacRae purports to tell about her life with and without her husband Gordon MacRae, the late singing star of Oklahoma!, C

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she rebuffed him as frostily as she had the Hakims: " 'Mr. President...you may not believe this, but it has been interesting.' " Frank Sinatra did not get turned down, nor did Bob Fosse, Albert Finney and a dazzling lover identified as JP (for "Jewish Prince of Comedy").

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